Why Support The Museum of Flight with Crypto?
Donating Bitcoin or other crypto is a fast, transparent, and secure way to support the preservation of aerospace history while inspiring future aviators.
Aviation and aerospace is often cutting edge, just like the world of cryptocurrency. Together, we can inspire future explorers, engineers and dreamers.
And, donating crypto will save you money! How does this work?
- In the donation widget, select your crypto type and donation amount
- Complete name and address info if you’d like to stay informed about our STEM programs and opportunities or, choose to remain anonymous
- Provide your email address if you’d like a tax receipt
- Use the QR code or crypto wallet address to donate from your crypto wallet
Frequently Asked Questions
You can donate Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE), ChainLink (LINK), Litecoin (LTC) and many others. To see the list of accepted cryptocurrencies available, just click on the donation widget to see the current list.
Cryptocurrency donations are converted to U.S. dollars immediately and transferred to the Museum within a week.
Yes, you have the option to include an email address with your anonymous donation to receive an automatic tax receipt.
Cryptocurrency donations are classified by the IRS as property for tax purposes. You receive a tax deduction for the fair market value of the crypto, and you avoid the capital gains tax you would have incurred if you had sold the crypto and then made a donation. You may need to file an IRS Form 8283 with your federal income tax return. Please consult with your accountant or other financial advisor on this matter.
Have a question or need help with your donation?
Please contact us at 206-768-7234 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Ways to Give
Want to make a regular cash donation?
Use a Donor Advised Fund, Stock, or IRA distribution
Have you included the Museum in your will or other estate plans?
See other ways you can support the Museum and its mission.
Are you interested in donating objects or materials (papers, photos, etc.) to the Museum?